We chased the sunshine, stood on office chairs, jumped from benches, ate apples, and generally had a good time. I’m a big fan of the silver dresses and green shoes – so perfect. Also, if it weren’t impractical to steal their getaway vehicle, I might just do it. 😉 There’s an extra something special about the weddings of friends, and I’ve known Kaylee’s family for a long time… in my opinion, it doesn’t get better than shooting a wedding with personal meaning.

Thanks to my homie Greg Nissen for shooting second. And if you’re ever in Eugene, and you like Thai food… check out his Mama’s cooking! It’s a weekly thing for me.


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  • J ShodaThis is too freaking good Mr. Eads.

  • christian gideonBeautiful work Jay. Storytelling at it’s finest.

  • Jesse GreenWOW. That’s all I got.

  • Heather ElizabethYou inspire me. This is so stellar I can’t even come up with my usual witty comments. Amazing work man.

  • Matthew CarterJay, this is a beautifully shot wedding. Great work hoss.

  • Greg NissenWoo! Had a great time shooting with you. My mom will be happy haha

  • VanessaWhy are you so good. I swear you managed to be everywhere at once and execute every shot with such skill. Love them all. You’re my idol <3

  • Mike FiechtnerGreat stuff Jay! Love it all!

  • SteJay, this is great stuff. The black and white pics of the groomsmen are almost like some iconic images from the 1950s but the whole post is fantastic throughout!

  • geneohkaylee_30 is money. great work dude!

  • Lucie Zekanice photos


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